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TC-FLB Boeing 757-236 c/n 24122 l/n 187 - Fly Air / HTC Reizen - Groningen Airport Eelde in Holland - 13 July 2003 more at Groningen Airport Eelde

The Turkish airliner Fly Air was established in 2002. Early 2003 Fly Air took over the fleet of the defunct Air Anatolia, including the Boeing 757 TC-ANM. During May 2003 the Boeing 757 TC-ANM was reregistered TC-FLB. The aircraft was originally built for Air Europe and flew first on 19 June 1988. It was operated as G-BNSF; EC-203; EC-ELS; G-BNSF; EC-744; EC-FKK and TC-ANM. On 13 July 2003, Boeing 757-236 TC-FLB was photographed at Groningen Airport Eelde in the Netherlands when operated on a holiday flight to Turkey. Most of the Fly Air aircraft wear large titles of a travel organisation and small Fly Air titles: TC-FLB flies with HTC-Reizen titles; TC-LFC with Corodon titles and TC-FLF with Sultan Reizen titles.

page last updated: 10-08-2003
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